After being postponed last year, Lady Gaga’s O2 arena gig is rescheduled for February 4 and 8. The American singer and songwriter, famed for hits including Just Dance, Poker Face, and Telephone, hits London as part of the European leg of her world tour. O2 arena, Peninsula Square, SE10 0DX. Phone: 020 8463 2000. Tickets: www.theo2.co.uk
KEEPING IT FRESH
The Farmers’ Market returns to Royal Arsenal Woolwich on January 13, with locally sourced and produced artisan food. The Market is held on the second and last Saturday of every month, and features traders ranging from bakers and greengrocers to cheesemongers and florists. 10am-3pm. Admission: free. Building 10, Major Draper Street, SE18 6GD.
SCOTS ON STAGE
Christmas is over but the pantos must go on. New Eltham Methodist Church is staging King Duncan: the Loch Ness Panto from January 6-13. The post-yuletide panto for all the family features a dame, slapstick, ghostly routines, terrible puns, big laughs, romance and lots of familiar songs, wrapped up in a Highland fling. New Eltham Methodist Church, 435-439 Footscray Road, New Eltham, SE9 3UL. Admission: £8.
Melding Arab/African traditional dance culture in an expansive and contemporary way, artFix Woolwich is hosting Hilal Dance. Dance with soul, moving to engaging drum beats and a great selection of music. January 8-29 (4:30pm-6pm). Admission: £10. ArtFix Woolwich, 51 Powis Street, SE18 6HZ.
Help create an eco-friendly art installation which will be on display across London. Bring your plastic bottles along and help transform them into icicle-like chandeliers for display during the London Lumiere 2018 Festival. The festival starts in central London and returns to the Royal Borough in February 2018.
Workshops take place on: Monday 8 January from 4pm to 6pm, Friday 12 January from 3pm to 5pm, and Saturday 13 January from 12 noon to 5pm. The free workshops are suitable for ages eight and above. There are also workshops at Eltham Library. Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ.